Archive for the 'Google' Category

Bounce Rate, Part of the Google Quality Metric?

Friday, August 1st, 2008

This is what I call wacky Friday, when I get to imagine what could or might be true. It basically is nothing backed up by facts, but might make for some interesting case study. Today, I wanted to dive more into bounce rate and what it is used for besides the obvious. " Bounce rate […]

Thumbnails for Search Engines Results with Firefox

Friday, July 4th, 2008

Apparently, I have been missing out.  I stumbled across this nifty little Firefox plugin while doing some research about a project I am working on.  GooglePreview returns thumbnails on the search engine result pages for both Yahoo and Google.  I decided to use Authority Directory as my lab rat today, thanks for volunteering Bruce.  The […]

PageRank Methodology

Tuesday, June 10th, 2008

First off, everyone is to understand I don’t work for Google and nobody besides them actually knows how the PageRank algorithm really works.  So this post could be made up pure fiction or facts.  On a much more serious note, the following may seem quite obvious to an experienced SEO/SEM, but I wanted to have […]

Automated Universal Sitemaps

Friday, December 14th, 2007

It is no secret that a good sitemap is key to your search engine optimization schema.? What about when your working with combined platforms such as WordPress, PHP Link Directory, and Forums all for the same site?? Do you really want the hassle of maintaining a sitemap for each?? Some might even say you need […]

Matt Cutts Reports Google is Changing the Way it Treats Subdomains

Friday, December 7th, 2007

As reported by Rustybrick on Search Engine RoundTable, Matt Cutts gives a heads up at PubCon that Google will only be allowing 2 results per domain and is going to start treating subdomains just like subdirectories. This change is really going to make a huge difference.  I can name 3 SEO companies off the top […]